09/23/19 • 31 min
Kenneth Erskine had a troubled childhood: abandoned by his parents, he was institutionalised when he was very young. When he grew up he became homeless and addicted to drugs. A spate of burglaries turned into a spree of killings. It is believed Erskine murdered between 7 - 11 elderly victims in their homes in the late 1980s. Once caught, he was diagnosed with schizophrenia. But should he ever be released? CREDITS: Producer: Poppy Damon Artwork: George Leigh Music: Dan Wansell CONTACT: Twitter: @BloodTies_Pod Instagram: bloodties_pod Email: email@example.com BOOK:The Second Sleep by Robert Harris
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